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How Much Should a Project Manager Micromanage a Life Sciences Project?

Kathleen Warner, Vice President of Project and Program Management Services and Solutions says the amount of micromanagement on projects depends on the experience level of the team.  For example, if there is a senior subject matter expert with a good track record on the team for a short term project, micromanagement of the project is not usually necessary.  Warner says a project manager should focus on delegating and facilitating tasks instead.  However, some long term projects may require micromanaging on a daily basis when you run into problems or have an approaching deadline.

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